Business and Management

I've learned some very valuable tools from the week... I think it will really help me move to the next level.
Shamim Karim, Senior Brand Manager, Tillotts Pharma, UK — Achieving Leadership Excellence


Achieving Leadership Excellence (3 - 7 June and 4 - 8 November 2019)
Examine the challenges facing today’s leaders and how organisations can create the optimal environment for effective leadership.

Blockchain for Business (9 - 13 September 2019)
Gain an understanding of blockchain technologies and how to apply them to add value to your organisation.

Data Science for Executives (10 - 14 June and 4 - 8 November 2019)
This course provides a comprehensive survey of the core vocabulary and methods of data science, data analytics, and machine learning.

Designing Strategy for Competitive Advantage (3 - 7 June 2019)
Develop a framework to analyse dynamic competitive situations, and learn to design strategic responses.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Age of Change (3 - 7 June 2019)
Discover the opportunities for entrepreneurs to start new businesses and challenge executives and senior managers to transform existing ones.

Managing Risk in Organisations (10 - 14 June 2019)
Drawn from world-leading research in organisational risk, this course instils the practices critical to the effective functioning of your organisation.

Market Access Academy (1 - 5 April and 9 - 13 September 2019)
An intensive course that connects pharmaceutical management with advanced knowledge and strategies in market access..

Negotiation (10 - 14 June 2019 and 4 - 8 November 2019)
This course shares current knowledge and research with opportunities to practice negotiation skills for managers and senior practitioners.

Strategic Decision Making for Management (3 - 7 June and 4 - 8 November 2019)
Enhance your strategic decision making capabilities through a unique approach that mixes analysis and intuition to make high quality decisions.

Faculty teaching on Executive Education Courses



Professor Kenneth Benoit

Lecturer for: Data Science and Decision Making

Professor of Quantative Social Research Methods
Head of the Department of Methodology
Department of Methodology


Dr Jonathan E. Booth, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, LSE

Dr Jonathan E. Booth

Lecturer for: Negotiation

Assistant Professor
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management
Department of Management

Dr Barbara Fasolo, Associate Professor of Behavioural Science, LSE

Dr Barbara Fasolo

Lecturer for: Strategic Decision Making for Management

Associate Professor
Organisational Behaviour
Department of Management


Dr Susanna Khavul, Leverhulme Trust Visiting, Professor Department of Management, LSE

Dr Susanna Khavul

Lecturer for: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and the Age of Change

Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor
Department of Management


Dr Connson Locke, Senior Lecturer in Practice, Department of Management, LSE

Dr. Connson Locke

Lecturer for: Achieving Leadership Excellence

Senior Lecturer in Practice
Organisational Behaviour
Department of Management

Dr Emma Soane, Assistant Professor of Management, LSE

Dr Emma Soane

Lecturer for: Achieving Leadership Excellence | Managing Risk in Organisations

Assistant Professor of Management
Organisational Behaviour
Department of Management

Dr Lourdes Sosa, Associate Professor, Department of Management, LSE

Dr Lourdes Sosa

Lecturer for: Designing Strategy for Competitive Advantage

Associate Professor
Organisational Behaviour
Department of Management


Professor Paul Willman, Professor of Management, LSE

Professor Paul Willman

Lecturer for: Negotiation, Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Age of ChangeManaging Risk in Organisations

Academic Director LSE Executive Education Courses
Department of Management


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